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Fans around the world are excited for Bryan Singer's next entry in the X-Men movie franchise, X-Men: Days of Future Past. However, while buzz for the new film may have earned the acclaimed director a lot of good will, it is no excuse for him to build a twenty foot tall robot armed with amazing powers of death and destruction. Nevertheless, that appears to be what Singer has done, as evidenced by this pic from his twitter account:
The Outhouse is deeply disappointed that a beloved filmmaker would think that it's okay to build real life killer robots. Just because Amanda Bynes does it doesn't make it okay, and we... what's that? Not a real... Oh, for the movie. In retrospect, that should have been obvious. Right then.
Nevermind, folks. Apparently, this is not an actual killer robot, but a model for the sentinels that will be used in the X-Men: Days of Future Past movie. our apologies for jumping the gun. No hard feelings then, Mr. Singer, and, hopefully, this will not result in a misunderstanding worthy of sending flying robots to vaporize our house with an atomic death ray.
X-Men: Days of Future Past will be in theaters on May 23, 2014.
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